Boom in flights from Russia to Dominican Republic after lifting of restrictions

Frank Hans Dannenberg, Dominican ambassador to Russia, said that after the reopening of Russia’s borders, the airlines are resuming their general flight schedules to the Dominican Republic, for which he informed that Nordwind of the tour operator PegasTour will fly to Samaná, Puerto and Punta Cana, and the airline Royal Flight of Coral Travel announced flights to Punta Cana.

The ambassador indicated that the most important thing about the reopening is the fluidity with which flights began to be scheduled, because in addition to Azur Air, which has already resumed operations, Aeroflot, a state airline of the Russian Federation and a member airline of the SkyTime program that has agreements with Delta, Air France and Aeromexico, is also rejoining its itinerary to Punta Cana from Moscow-Sheremetyevo International Airport three times a week starting in early to mid-October.

“This is very important because now Dominicans can enter Russia without a visa and this will allow Dominicans to connect to India, Beijing, Hong Kong, Korea and other countries in Central Asia and Eastern Europe without the need for a transit visa through the airline challenge or the United States,” he added.

He explained that these markets are also opening up to the Dominican Republic because they can now travel from Moscow to the Caribbean country.

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